Perception Isn ’ t So Simple : Commentary on Bernard , Gervais , Allen , Campomizzi , and Klein ( 2012 )

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  title={Perception Isn ’ t So Simple : Commentary on Bernard , Gervais , Allen , Campomizzi , and Klein ( 2012 )},
  author={Philippe Bernard and Sarah J. Gervais and Jill Allen and Olivier Klein}
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(2012) report an inversion effect only when participants viewed sexualized male body images and not when they viewed sexualized female body images. On the basis of a belief that face and person recognition is subject to an inversion effect (Rossion, 2008; Yin, 1969) but that object recognition is not, the authors concluded that " at a basic cognitive level, sexualized men were perceived as persons , whereas sexualized women were perceived as objects " (p. 470). The inference is that different… CONTINUE READING

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